Tuesday, September 15, 2015

A Little Something - Curvy Keepsake Boxes

Phew!  I wasn't turned into a frog over night!  I found some candy for the adorable little witch from yesterday's blog post and she is happy now!  Here's what I left out for her over night!

These awesome, cute little boxes were made using Stampin' Up's Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits.  They make up amazingly quick and are so fun to embellish and give a way as gifts.  

Here's a couple close up pictures:

You can put anything inside them.  I stacked 3 peppermint candies inside and put one in the front to show through the little window I die cut in the end of the box.  I also die cut a circle from a window sheet and glued it to the inside.

I used the spider stamp from SU's A Little Something stamp set and made my own background of cool, little spiders.  I also fussy cut a couple of the tiny spiders and added them to the clothespin.  I should have added some orange Washi Tape to the closthespin first; but, again, there's always an afterthought.

And, a side view picture:

These would make cute treats for children too!  I can see them embellished with items for kids.  And, of course, they make great treats for cute, adorable little witches' too!!!  =)

Here are the Stampin' Up products that I used:

Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits - Boxes
A Little Something Stamp Set - Background Spiders
Cheer All Year Stamp Set - Bat
Circle Framelits Collection Dies - Window
Tangelo Twist Card Stock - Box and Spider Circle
Crushed Curry Card Stock - Bat
5/8" Striped Cotton Ribbon - Mossy Meadow
1/4" Cotton Ribbon - Rich Razzleberry
1" Dotted Lace Trim
Sequin Trim - Silver
Silver Cording 
Window Sheet

That's all I have today!  Share the fun!

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1 comment:

  1. Could the pumpkin with the peek-a-boo window be any cutier. And York peppermint patties inside....OH YUM. Love how you decorated the purple one with the bat on top. TOO STINKIN' CUTE my friend. THANKS for sharing.